Obe:lus: I am a musician, academic and writer. I have been involved in electronic music making since the mid-1980s, and research and write about a range of subjects in the broad field of electronic popular music. I currently produce electronic/experimental music as obe:lus and techno as SuckDisco!. I recently co-edited the book Kraftwerk: Music Non Stop published by Continuum, and I have contributed entries on Dubstep, Electronic Dance Music, Electronica, Electronic Body Music, Techno and Chillout to the international genres volume of Continuum's Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Ashgate recently included my research article 'Post Soul Futurama: African American Cultural Politics and Early Detroit Techno' in the Electronica, Dance and Club Music volume of The Library of Essays on Popular Music. I have also published book chapters and journal articles on punk, post-punk, John Lydon and PiL, French electronic music, Krautrock, techno, the Sex Pistols in Manchester and Madonna. I am currently Senior Lecturer in Popular Music at Southampton Solent University and have lectured in popular music studies, music technology and media and cultural studies since 1991. "Psychotopography" is an album based on previous Sean Albiez`s works. All of them constructed by processing NI Akoustik Piano compositions through NI Reaktor ensembles & Ableton Live effects.